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Overclocking Kingston HyperX Savage HX316C9SRK2/8 . Need help!

Z87M-Plus
i4790k 4.6
Zalman CNPS10X Performa
2x 8 Kingston HyperX Savage 1600 DDR3

Found this timing in competitive site but i don't know what to do in bios , too many numbers


1866 10-11-11-28 2T 1.55 V

2133 11-12-12-30 2T 1.60 V

http://imgur.com/a/dZO28

EDIT: Scrolled down and found voltage option in the end.

Want to get at least 1866 .
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  1. 1 set memory speed, find the page for Memory timings those numbers will be the first 4 numbers the 2t is the command rate
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  2. Best answer
    1866: CAS Latency=10, RAS to CAS=11, RAS Pre time=11, RAS Act time=28, Command Rate=2
    same goes for 2133 with different values.
    It is not guaranteed that you can overclock 8gb of rams. You may have to loosen timing of CAS Latency, i.e. to 11 to make it work. You will have to check the stability using memtest86 afterwards
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  3. Thanks so much!
    I will check stability of RAM after doing it .
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  4. Tests completed on 1866 and 2133.
    Both tests got no errors .
    Do i have risk of overheating ?
    Rest system temp is completely fine even on high load .
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  5. Fir33 said:
    Tests completed on 1866 and 2133.
    Both tests got no errors .
    Do i have risk of overheating ?
    Rest system temp is completely fine even on high load .


    You are good with 1.6 volt max, no such problem at all.
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  6. Want to test 2400 on memtest86 so badly with 13-14-14-35 2T 1.65 but i think it's way too much :)
    Already gained +40 average fps in game Overwatch .
    I guess if i will buy DDR3 2400 good RAM i will gain more compared to OC RAM
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  7. Fir33 said:
    Want to test 2400 on memtest86 so badly with 13-14-14-35 2T 1.65 but i think it's way too much :)
    Already gained +40 average fps in game Overwatch .
    I guess if i will buy DDR3 2400 good RAM i will gain more compared to OC RAM


    You can try. It's all about silicon lottery. It is harmless until 1.65 V. There are more parameters in the equation though, not simply the memory chips of your ram sticks. Your mobo and your psu should be able to compensate for the extra load to the memory controller. Good luck !
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